Drive Belts Replacement Seneca SC

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Edwards Auto Sales Body Shop
(864) 638-5545, 001-2004
3440 Blue Ridge Boulevard
West Union, SC
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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(864) 882-7080
201 Oconee Square Dr
Seneca, SC
Auto Parts

Glenns Muffler Shop
(864) 882-8298
809 W North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Mufflers Repair

Napa Auto Parts
(864) 882-2382
412 E North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Engine Repair

Lusk Transmission & Auto
(864) 882-8557
307 East North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Twin Lakes Auto Body and RV Repair
(864) 972-7830
645 Twin Lakes Road
Seneca, SC
Truck Auto Body

Wal-Mart Supercenter
(864) 885-1986
1636 Sandifer Blvd
Seneca, SC
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Fast Lane Transmission & Automobile Repair
(864) 882-4702
606 East North 1st Street
Seneca, SC
Spinx CO Inc
(864) 882-2297
507 By Pass 123
Seneca, SC
Car Detailing,Gas Stations,Convenience Stores

Suzuki of Seneca
(864) 888-8966
219 Oconee Square Drive
Seneca, SC
Motorcycle Fabrication

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How to Check Your Drive Belts

By DriverSide Staff

As the beating heart of a vehicle, the engine powers not only the wheels, but also the alternator, water pump, power steering pump and air conditioning compressor as well – all by way of drive belts. These belts snake around the engine compartment and, as miles and months pass by, are subject to wear. If their maintenance goes unattended, they may break, possibly causing internal damage or the engine to overheat. 

Luckily, there are a number of indicators that allow you keep an eye on drive belt wear before catastrophe occurs. The first sign of a problem is a squealing sound from the engine compartment. Usually very apparent upon startup, a squealing sound is the sign of either a worn or lose drive belt. If you are concerned about the amount of wear on your drive belts, visually checking them is the easiest way to tell what kind of condition they’re in.

Drive belts are easy to find within the engine compartment and are usually located at the front of the engine compartment, closest to the grille and radiator. The outside of the belt is smooth, while the reverse side is grooved in order to mesh with pulleys that drive them. It is on the reverse side that the wear will show itself by way of cracks and missing chunks, which signifies the need for new belts.

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